The Rugby Football League (RFL) – the national governing body for Rugby League in the UK. The team is committed to developing and growing Rugby League at all levels.
The RFL administers the England Rugby League team, the Great Britain Rugby League Lions team, the Coral Challenge Cup and Women's Coral Challenge Cup, the Betfred Rugby League Championship and Betfred League 1, the Women's Super League, and also supports and administers the grassroots game.
The team, based in Salford and Leeds, is focused on excellence in coaching and development and helping more players start, stay and succeed in the nation’s most exciting summer sport.
The RFL works in partnership with leagues, clubs and Rugby League Foundations to offer new ways to play, from Play Touch Rugby League to Wheelchair RL. Together, the sport is working hard to inspire and develop the next generation of young players and fans.
Kingstone Press Cider, the home of down to earth no nonsense cider. We take care in producing a quality cider made from apples in our Malvern orchard.
Our Classic Apple Cider is a refreshingly fruity, medium dry cider with a smooth, crisp finish. It’s crafted with a blend of the finest Dabinett and Michelin bittersweet apples from our local orchards and balanced with juice from refreshing eating apples.
Our Wild Berry flavoured cider is a refreshing medium sweet fruit cider, with a smooth, crisp finish. It is crafted by our cider makers blending an authentic apple cider recipe, made with culinary and eating apple juice, together with a carefully selected cocktail of wild berry flavours.
As the Official Cider and finisher drink of Tough Mudder, we’re proud to be delivering proper refreshment when it’s needed to over 120,000 participants in this year’s series of events throughout the UK.
We’re also in our third year as Official Cider of the Rugby Football League (RFL), supporting the development of the game from grass roots to the highest professional levels.
Steeden was established in Queensland in 1958 by Ray Steeden and produced leather footballs, cricket balls and boxing equipment. Steeden moved to New South Wales in the late 1960s and was acquired by Gray-Nicolls Sports in 1995.
The Steeden brand has grown from strength-to-strength under the guidance of Gray-Nicolls Sports through continual innovation, introduction of new products, creative ideas and acquiring important endorsements.
The license of Steeden is ranby Advantage Sport in the EU, who have developed the apparel side of the brand to be one of the most forward thinkingand innovative brand in the market place.
Steeden is the Official Ball of the National Rugby League (NRL), State of Origin, NSW Rugby League, Queensland Rugby League, New Zealand Rugby League, Auckland Rugby League, Rugby League World Cup 2013, England Rugby League, Wales Rugby League, Federation of International Touch Football, Touch Football Australia and many more associations, clubs and teams throughout the world.
A successful Leigh based company we are helping to move Leigh into a new era based on regeneration, job creation and enhanced image. The company having now almost fully let its latest landmark office block, Beswick House following on from the highly successful Stewart House project, the final piece in the current jigsaw is in place. The result of effort over the years can be seen in the high-quality premises that have been constructed on the Leigh Commerce Park, Greenfold Way.
Orford and its construction arm Wilfred Lloyd and Associates Ltd have created a prestigious site which, when fully completed, will result in over 600 staff being employed, bringing further prosperity to an area already moving forward.
It all started 35 years ago when Wilfred Lloyd Associates was established by Wilfred Lloyd and Albert Gornall.
They began in a modest way, undertaking building and civil engineering contract work and progressed to work for local authorities and housing associations.
Five years ago we set up Orford Investments Limited at Orford Court, Greenfold Way, Leigh. Which is a fabulous location within easy reach of the East Lancashire Road and the motorway network.
The most recent development is Stewart House, which was officially opened in May 2005. The building consists of a state of the art, air-conditioned 16,000sq ft office block ranging over three storeys.
The final phase has just commenced – Beswick House, which will mirror Stewart House and is already attracting interest from major companies within the borough.
As for the future, we will continue to source development sites preferably in the Leigh area.
It is Orford’s intention to attract even more investments and with that generate even more employment which will reinforce the already positive commercial and retail community that has been created by the numerous well-established companies that currently reside on the Leigh Commerce Park.